Montana politicians begin filing for 2012 gubernatorial campaign

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December 14, 2010

HELENA, Montana: Democratic senator David Wanzenried filed paperwork that will allow him to begin raising money for the 2012 gubernatorial campaign.[1]

Wanzenried joins the list of three Republicans who have already filed to run for governor and begun campaigning: Former U.S. representative Rick Hill, former state senator Ken Miller, and former state senator Corey Stapleton.[1] The Democratic incumbent, Brian Schweitzer, is ineligible to seek re-election due to term limits. Section 8 of Article IV of the Montana Constitution states that governors cannot serve 8 or more years in any 16-year period.

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